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Equifax Hack: Going beyond freezing your credit

Monday, May 07, 2018
Equifax (EFX), one of the three major credit reporting bureaus, said on Thursday that “criminals” had stolen data that could impact 143 million US consumers. And while the immediate advice from experts has been to freeze your credit, there are other important steps to consider. First off, yes, freeze your credit. By freezing your credit across the three credit report bureaus (Eq ..

Steps to take if you've become victim of Identity Theft

Thursday, July 30, 2015
If you’ve been hit by identity theft, it’s important that you act immediately to prevent further damage to your finances. Here’s what to do: Get On the Phone Call the bank, lender, card company, utility or merchant with whom you have the affected account. Fast action stops thieves from racking up more charges in your name. Write Down Everything Grab a notebook. Log  ..

How to protect yourself against Taxpayer Identity Theft.

Wednesday, January 28, 2015
Tax identity theft happens when an identity thief swipes your Social Security number, files a tax return and claims a fraudulent refund from the U.S. government. You may not know that an identity thief has struck until your legitimate tax return gets rejected because a thief used your Social Security number to file a phony return ahead of you. You might also learn about taxpayer ID theft ..

Signs your Identity might have been stolen

Wednesday, November 12, 2014
Identity theft is everywhere. Here are a few common signs that your identity has been compromised: 1. A Sudden Increase In an Account Balance An unexpected increase in the balance of one or more credit card accounts could be a possible sign that someone made charges in your name. 2. Your Card is Declined If you pay your bills on time and haven’t overspent your credit card&rsquo ..

What are 3 dumb things you can do with your email

Wednesday, August 13, 2014
Let’s look at a few examples of common bad habits, along with some remedies to help you stay safer: 1. Having a Weak Password No one — other than you — should be able to access your account. That means your password can’t be guessed, and you shouldn’t give it to anyone. The longer and more complex it is — meaning it combines uppercase letters, lowercase l ..

7 things you can do to prevent identity theft

Monday, August 04, 2014
1) Protect Yourself Against Spyware Spyware is malware downloaded to your computer or website, without your knowledge or consent, that runs in the background and collects information about you: Make sure whatever anti-virus program you're running on your personal computers includes spyware protection, as well. Some companies, such as Lavasoft or STOPzilla, will offer a basic anti-spywa ..

Financial Documents You Should Never Toss

Wednesday, February 12, 2014
Your most valuable documents, like passports and birth certificates, are pretty obvious to identify, and the vast majority of people know to store these in a safe and secure place. Financial files, on the other hand, can be a little tricky. While computers and the Internet have made digital record keeping a breeze, some paperwork is best kept on hand at all times. Read the art ..

Debit vs. Credit: Which is Safer to Swipe?

Monday, February 10, 2014
Not all plastic is the same when it comes to safeguarding consumers. Both debit and credit cards offer solid protection to account holders. But credit cards provide an extra layer of defense because they’re not directly tied to your checking or savings account. In the event of theft or fraud, you've also got a better chance at getting your money back if you paid with a credit  ..

Identity theft getting worse: What you need to know for tax season

Monday, January 20, 2014
With the recent theft of Target and Neiman Marcus customer information, it's becoming painfully clear that most Americans have a greater chance of having their identity information stolen than being actually held up at gunpoint. Read the article via Identity theft getting worse: What you need to know for tax season ( | Yahoo Finance ..


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